Organizer of Russian Film Week New York
Movie screening and discussion / Q&A with director Grigory DobryginThe first impression of the town of Vyshny Volochyok are broken roads, snow and fog. There is a car service station in the suburbs where thirty-somethings Olya and Vadim live, work and love each other. They are devoted and straightforward people, who share the ups and downs in their lives until a third party intrudes their lives: the Internet.
Director: Grigory Dobrygin
Screenplay: Grigory Dobrygin, Alexander Rodionov, Iliya Nosochenko
Starring: Vladimir Svirsky, Yulia Peresild, Jordan Rose Frye
Length: 97 min
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